Super Bowl 2018 could be coldest ever

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest weather and temperatures across the country.
0:56 | 02/02/18

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Now to that blast of winter weather that's moving through the midwest and the northeast just in time for the big game to bring snow overnight and, nger ginger, you've been tracking this system. You know we're watching it, Chae ael. Of course from Norfolk, Virginia, the rain this morning T up through parts of Ken nut and Rhode Island. You're seeing some snow transition into Massachusetts too. This is what it looks like on E the roads in suffolk county, newrk. York. This is New York City I'm talking about is 6 inches above er average and we've been having little hits that help add up.at what you'll notice are the temperatures. Starting the morning just about freezing or subfreezing it feelslder colder than that but by this in evening, when you get done with nn dinner it's:00 P.M., it'll feel ke like 1 below in New York City. In 4 in Washington, d.c.at that bitter cold settles in VI obviously not just for the east coast.coas look at Philadelphia feeling ke like 1 tonight. Detroit, 2.ch Chicago, you don't get out of it and Minneapolis, there for the game already.'s that's nothing compared to what's going to happen and I will talk about that forecast coming up, Michael.

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